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Q&A: Why Can’t OneDrive Find my Folder?
We are currently testing AlwaysUp to manage OneDrive from two Windows 2022 STD 21H2 servers and sharing the data externally. Installation was very easy but it looks like the sync is not working as expected. Your FAQ says to try … Continue reading
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Q&A: Does AlwaysUp Support Dropbox Selective Sync?
I’m considering using your AlwaysUp app to start Dropbox automatically. I understand that AlwaysUp doesn’t work with Smart Sync but does it work with Selective Sync? How does that function? We only want to have half of our Dropbox folders … Continue reading
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Q&A: Why won’t AlwaysUp Start my Java Application?
I have two Java socket applications installed in AlwaysUp. Even though they are similar and both are started from batch files, AlwaysUp runs one fine but has trouble with the other. Whenever I look in AlwaysUp, one Java entry always … Continue reading
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Q&A: How can a Non-Admin User Start my AlwaysUp Service?
Hi — long time user of AlwaysUp here! I followed your suggestion in the FAQ to allow my non-admin user to control the Windows Service that AlwaysUp created. Now he can run the NET command to start and stop our … Continue reading
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Q&A: How do I Launch a Service after AlwaysUp Starts my Application?
I’m interested in purchasing your AlwaysUp application but would like some further information first if you don’t mind. My main goal is to run Google Drive for desktop as a service. But there is an existing Windows Service that … Continue reading
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